DRC violence

 
Pressure on SA to rout DRC rebels
Pressure on SA to rout DRC rebels
It was always going to be a messy affair. South Africa's commitment to help disarm rebels in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was a...
DRC protests brew anger and grief
DRC protests brew anger and grief
Arms crossed and hands on shoulders, Hortense Basila let out a moan that rose from deep inside and filled her eyes with tears. "My child!" she cried....
Concern over future UN intervention brigade in the DRC
Concern over future UN intervention brigade in the DRC
The joint letter, dated May 23 and made public last week, asks the secretary-general to call on the 11 African states that signed the Peace,...
M23 rebels vow to take DR Congo
M23 rebels vow to take DR Congo
"We are now going to Kinshasa. No one will divide this country," said Colonel Vianney Kazarama, the M23 spokesperson, to a cheering crowd...
No peace without justice
No peace without justice
As the trial of Congolese rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba gets under way, political analysts will go into overdrive about what the case means for...
Rape outrage rallies 'dying people'
Rape outrage rallies 'dying people'
Shedla Abedi's age was no protection when the rapists came to her village.
Kabila calls for 'moral revolution in DRC'
Kabila calls for 'moral revolution in DRC'
President Joseph Kabila called Wednesday for a "moral revolution" in the Democratic Republic of Congo at ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary of...
Zambia's last DRC refugees fear return home
Zambia's last DRC refugees fear return home
Ten years after fleeing war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Muzungu Makoi says he is still haunted by memories of massacres and refuses to...

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